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Forest Park Hotel
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Reviewed 18 August 2011

Reading some of the reviews I was a bit worried - but need not have worried at all.
Just got back from a short holiday with my Sister and our grandchildren (2 both aged 8).
Hotel was lovely and in a wonderful location. Yes a bit shabby here and there but it is an old building. Staff were great, Our rooms were nice and we had french doors into the garden. Food was good. Would have liked with a bit more choice of Breakfast cereal for children, but they certainly enjoyed the cooked breakfast, as we did. The hotel could do with a play area and some play equipment in the beautiful garden, but our grandchildren made friends and played quite happily. We all went horse-riding at the adjoining stables and had a brilliant ride. They cater for all ages and abilities. Plent of escort riders that during the ride took you off for a trot and canter if you could ride and wanted to. The Grand Kids loved it - as we did. We will definately be going back.

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 10 August 2011

met up with a group of friends for a drink in this hotel, had not been for over a year, what a dump and overpriced, £5.00 for a glass of warm white wine, 3 of the party tried to order bar food (just sandwiches and chips) it turned into a major incident. As for the barman (previously named), I cannot get my head around why anyone in this trade would employ anyone like this, surley and uncommunative were his good points. When the 'food' arrived we had to go and find a member of staff to get napkins and forks.
we collected our glases up and took them back to the bar at the end of the evening, did not even look up from the tv never mind a thank you. As we left we said goodnight to the receptionist, but she was too busy looking at the computer to acknowledge us.
It came as no surprise that there were very few cars parked there, must have all been staff. I was so disgusted that I checked tripadvisor just to see what other people said about it.
I come from totton, please anyone wanting to visit this beautiful area, DO NOT STAY HERE, places like this make me ashamed, I dread to think what anyone visiting from overseas would think.

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled with friends
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3  Thank pixSouthampton
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Reviewed 9 August 2011

A lovely 5 day break spent in a hotel with comfortable rooms, beautiful surroundings and attentive (though never intrusive) service. Breakfast was included in the price of the room and was invariably an enjoyable and filling experience. We ate Sunday lunch in the hotel restaurant and the food was excellent in terms of both quality and value. Many happy hours were spent sitting in the huge, well-kept gardens drinking wine / cider from the bar.
The hotel is generally looking a bit tired in places and could do with a bit of a facelift, both in the rooms and the public spaces. For example the ensuite in our room was old fashioned and tatty although perfectly clean and functional, stair carpet was showing threads and wallpaper peeling slightly in places. Nevertheless we had a lovely time and will return in the near future along with our children and dogs.

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled as a couple
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Thank warksteach
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Reviewed 7 August 2011

We came here for a meal only, so cannot comment on the hotel facilities. Lovely big garden, though no specific child facilities there. Meal was uniformly dreadful. White wine was warm, they only appeared to have a few of the selection chilled. Smoked salmon starter dull and tasteless. Beef and ale pie ghastly - tough unpleasant meat, which I wouldn't have served to my dog, with a token pie crust cooked and served separately. Waitress service was inattentive. would never go to this place again. Can't see this place surviving based on this experience, faded grandeur in lovely surroundings.

  • Stayed: August 2011
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Thank TrogandLouise
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Reviewed 6 August 2011

Stayed here for 2 nights, if we could have moved somewhere else we would.Decor "tired", but we could easlily deal with this. Bathroom tiles broken, a bath mat which our toddler picked uo was filthy and growing black mould."Service" in bar was a joke. !"Sean" (surprised he wore his name) sat in front of large TV in restaurant area watching Horse Racing at 8am, it took him so long to get himself back to the bar to serve a customer, it felt inhumane to ask him to move to get us anything. Note to owners, you must be making a financial loss by having Sean at prime food serving time.
Breakfast cold, and we had waited minutes for a "standard" English. I am sure dog owners loved it though, as large garden, in which the dogs were free to run, not great for non dog lover. New Forest lovely, but next time we might bring a tent, at least it would be clean!

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled with family
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Thank drizzler
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